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Part of this grief reflects her unparalleled status as a feminist icon and pioneer for women in the legal profession and beyond.

His firm, Merrill Lynch, brought stock investing to an unparalleled number of regular people.

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The members of the monitoring board have unparalleled insight into clinical studies.

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Opening stores in India represents an “unparalleled” opportunity for Apple, since it will be able to “develop roots” in the country, he said.

From Fortune

This arrangement has given American corporations unparalleled freedom to swap contractors, minimize tax burdens, and make things using inventory someone else pays to insure and maintain.

Weeks retained an unparalleled legal team, which included bitter political rivals Hamilton and Burr.

That makes for unparalleled wines, but also for the dangerous temptation to label every variety as unique.

Their losing streak is unparalleled in professional American sports.

Funny, engaging, and reliably controversial, she proved her unparalleled worth.

Bitcoin lets users make transactions with comparatively unparalleled anonymity.

The sugar of Cuba is the finest in the world; but in Cuba, slavery is unparalleled in its horrors.

Such a lengthened period between licensing and publication is probably unparalleled in literary history.

As for Lyndaraxa, her repeated and unparalleled treachery can only be justified by the extreme imbecility of her lovers.

Now the contestants were in clear view, and a race followed unparalleled in the annals of war.

The writers of the period abound in notices of the unparalleled growth of trade and commerce.

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On this page you'll find 71 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unparalleled, such as: exceptional, incomparable, rare, singular, unequaled, and unique.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.